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Rahul Gandhi disclosed in Germany; Why did PM Modi embrace?

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22 Aug : News Express 24 :-

Congress President Rahul Gandhi, while addressing the Indian community at the Busier Summer School in Hamburg, Germany, he made sharp attacks on the central government and said that the Modi government destroyed the economy through note-taking and GST. He said, “The government did not stop at just ban on paper, but immediately after this, GST was implemented very badly. Thousands of industries have been locked up.

When Rahul Gandhi was asked in this program why did you embrace PM Modi in Parliament? So he said that if you hate someone, then do not vote for him with hate. Rahul Gandhi said, ‘The prime minister has given me a hate speech several times about me. I wanted to tell them that the world is not so bad and I got their hug. Rahul Gandhi said that Mahatma Gandhi has taught us this thing. He said, ‘In 1991 my father was killed by the terrorist. When the terrorist died a few years later, I was not happy. I saw myself in her children. ‘

Rahul Gandhi has been a student of Bursariyas Summer School. He said, ‘I was a student of Bursarias Summer School. Those days were great and I learned a lot here. Emphasizing the need for social interaction in society, he said, “You can disagree with anyone, but in a world connected to each other, you will have to hear what others are saying. Hatred is a dangerous thing in a world connected with each other. ‘ He said that there is a lot of hatred in the world today, but those who listen to others are very few. He said that the power of listening is also very big.

He said that the change in the country was started 70 years ago. He said that there should be a change in not just the life of some people but the life of everyone. The government should work in this direction. Emphasizing the need for non-violence, he said that non-violence is the basic philosophy of India. He said, ’70 years ago India was a rural country, people lived in caste based society here. Most of the villages were divided on the basis of caste. The change in India started gradually. This change was ending the caste based thinking and was promoting the idea of ​​’one person, one vote’.

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